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BrainWaves


Nov 16, 2017

Everything doesn't always add up when you're evaluating a patient with a complex array of symptoms. Or maybe it does. Dr. LaFaver (University of Louisville) walks us through this week's Teaching through Clinical Cases.

Produced by James E. Siegler & Kathrin LaFaver. Music by Lee Rosevere, Montplaisir, and Coldnoise. Voiceover by Erika Mejia. BrainWaves' podcasts and online content are intended for medical education only and should not be used for routine clinical decision making.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Drs. LaFaver and Siegler would like to thank Jason Lindsley for sharing his story on the BrainWaves podcast.